Note for: Eudora Jane Speary, 6 OCT 1868 - 30 MAY 1951 Index
Place: Cherry Grovel Cemetery, Nordmont, Sullivan County, Pa
Wrote "The History of Churches in Sullivan County"
Many notes in this database that pertain to the descendants of Miles
Speary are from her original records
History of Sullivan County gives her marriage date as 9-2-1889. I have
it on record from her daughters, Adona & Emmabelle, as 12-24-1889
History of sullivan County also only lists 3 children on one account & 4
children on another.
Buried at Cherry Grovel Cemetery, Nordmont, Sullivan County, Pa.
Note for: Julius John Sick, 30 DEC 1861 - 15 AUG 1946 Index
Place: Cherry Grove Cemetery, Nordmont, Sullivan County, Pa
Buried at Cherry Grove Cemetery, Nordmont, Sullivan County, Pa.
Born in Cherry Mills, Sullivan County, Pa. Owned a farm at what was
known as "The Corners". He purchased the original Elk Lick School
building sometime in 1929 & the last record I have shows the building
used for a storage facility in the 50s.
Note for: Emmabelle Sick, 30 JUN 1904 - 29 SEP 1991 Index
Was a teacher in Endicott, NY.
A member of the DAR through Wooden Sperry.
Note for: Molinda Green, 1878 - 1932 Index
Married but had no children
Note for: Mary A. Green, 1879 - 1918 Index
Resided in Trenton, NJ, had 3 sons. Both Mary & Clyde died during the
influenza epidemic of WW I.
Note for: Margaret Green, 1881 - 1923 Index
Married twice. Had 1 child that did not survive.
Note for: Ira Green, 1883 - 1913 Index
Died in an on the job accident while working as a carpenter at the State
Capitol building in Jefferson City, MO. He was single.
Note for: Nelson J. Green, 1885 - 1975 Index
Resided in Geneva, NY. He was married - Name & dates not available.
Note for: Josephine Green, 1891 - 1974 Index
Resided in Baltimore, MD. She was married (names & date not available).
Note for: Alice Irene Brown, 1928 - Index
Alice Irene Brown has been researching her family tree for upwards of 40
years. She is a member of the
Daughters of The American Revolution with seven proven ancestors and the
Daughter of the War of 1812 with 3 ancestors.
Of interest to those in Luzerne County, Pa - she also has 2 ancestors in
the Battle of Wyoming.
On May, 21, 2001, at the Southern California Genealogical Society's
jamboree, Alice was was presented the National Society of the Daughters
of the American Revolution Certificate of Appreciation for 31 year
service at this annaual event.
It is through more than 30 years of correspondence between Alice Brown &
Bill Speary and through recent correspondence between Alice & Ruth Speary
that much of the information contained here was obtained.
Without a doubt, this website would not be possible without Alice's help
& generosity in sharing her many years of research findings.